The City: Top to Bottom


thursday, aug. 27 Faithfully – A Symphonic Tribute to the Music of Journey From “the city by the Bay” to international rock stardom, Journey truly was one of the powerhouse arena rock acts of the 1980s. They created the anthems of a generation. Relive the 1980s with Journey’s hit songs “Open Arms,” “Who’s Crying Now” […]

Rain Dove: This female androgynous supermodel is turning the concept of gender on its head


Two points. One, Rain Dove is literary. By that, I mean she presents her point-of-view in a way that is both shockingly precise and emotionally compelling. It is clearly the work of both a voracious reader and natural writer, I’m guessing. When asked, for example, for practical advice in the fashion industry, where she has […]

Lambda Archives pays tribute to San Diego gay sports organizations with ‘Coming Out to Play’

Lambda Achives

Wednesday, Aug. 12 Lambda Archives of San Diego hosted its second Out at the Archives series, Coming Out to Play at The Center. The event featured a brief history of some of the LGBT sports organizations, a panel discussion with past and current league leaders and a Q&A from the audience. “Roman Jimenez began the […]

The splendor of ‘PIPPIN’


San Diegans are in for a treat as two of the original cast members of the iconic show reunite Many direct-from-Broadway national tours come through San Diego every year at the San Diego Civic Theatre, home of Broadway San Diego. Last year we were the second city to host the Tony Award winning Cyndi Lauper […]

An impeccably crafted documentary that brings history to life


In decades past, political pundits referred to the final few weeks leading to the presidential election as the “silly season” of politics. Nowadays, the silly season is more or less the three years leading up to the election, and if you haven’t noticed it, the three-ring circus that is the Donald Trump-led Republican nomination contest […]

Hearing delay in Hillcrest hair stylist’s death

A preliminary hearing of Oct. 30 was set Aug. 13 for the motorist accused of second-degree murder and vehicular manslaughter in the death of Oscar Melero, a popular longtime hair stylist in Hillcrest. The attorney for Abraham Granados Beltran, 24, sought the delay about four months after District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis decided to charge him […]

Maserati Ghibli thief gets three years in jail

A Maserati Ghibli

  The car thief who stole an $80,000 2015 Maserati Ghibli from a La Jolla dealership has been sentenced to three years in jail after the prosecutor told the judge the defendant had stolen cars before from dealerships. Probation was denied Aug. 11 for Marcus Lee Allen, 30, by San Diego Superior Court Judge Eugenia […]

Free, free, free!


Faithful readers, let’s face it, in some areas we do not seem to grow smarter with age. Figures constantly show we are the ones who most often fall for the scams and rip-offs which besiege us by mail, phone and email. Today my topic deals with some which seem simple yet are fraught with unpleasant […]

When in Rome

Support SeaWorld


I am glad that SeaWorld is finally really fighting back against PETA’s extreme and false claims by recently launching some educational public service and educational media outreach. The facts are that for over five decades no organization in San Diego County has done more to rescue and protect all ocean wildlife than SeaWorld. Yes, there […]

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